Requests for Admission
One party may serve on another party a written request for admission of the truth of any discoverable matter. If a party fails to admit the truth of any matter requested for admission, and the party making the request proves the truth of the matter at trial, the court may require the party who refused to admit to pay reasonable expenses sustained by the movant (or the party making the request) in proving the matter. When a party admits to a certain matter that matter is (generally) conclusively established at trial.
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